Either Full- or Part-Time Albuquerque KOA Journey in General
  • Apply Before: February 29, 2024
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Job Detail

  • Job ID 57286
  • Responsibilities


    Consulting with GM to reconcile daily business operations.

    Record day-to-day financial transactions, reconcile cash, and complete the posting process.

    If any imbalance or difference is found, then coordinate with the GM/AGM to resolve discrepancy.

    Run daily operations recap report.

    Assist the GM to ensure strict control of cash.

    Code purchase cards using chart of accounts and upload receipts.

    Verify if credit card service charge is billed correctly.

    Maintain Vendor’s permanent files and Certificates of Insurance.

    Respond to all credit card chargebacks within 24 hours.

    Reviewing budgets and preparing estimates of future expenditures based on historical data or other available information.

    Enter data, maintain records, create reports, and assist with completing monthly estimate.

    Assist in audits of inventories.

    Prepare reports as required.

    Good organization and time management.

    Maintain office supplies and request orders as needed.


    Note that this job description is not intended to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.


    Accurate report generation.

    Timely completion of monthly expense books.

    Precise control and adherence to KOA policies of all generated cash.

    Meet Quality Assurance standards.

  • Compensation/Benefits

    Min 13.00 as hourly. Benefits provided as those whom are at fulltime status.

  • Conditions RV Required
  • Job Length Year-Round (12 months+)
  • Job Start Date 02/12/2024
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Job Description

The Bookkeeper collaborates closely with the Assistant General Manager (AGM) and General Manager (GM) to accurately record the day-to-day finance transactions of an OAK property. They are primarily responsible for computing, recording, collecting, and verifying numerical data for use in maintaining accounting records of the financial operations. Additionally, they assist in accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, general ledger reporting, and reconciling cash dropped by the guest services team.

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